ID/HIV Seminar Series

The Thursday HIV/ID Research Seminar Series provides its audience with lectures and workshops on current diagnostic and therapeutic modalities in HIV care, active research on HIV-related diseases and epidemiology, and the psychosocial and policy aspects of HIV prevention and care. At least one seminar each month is devoted to non-HIV infectious disease topics. The target audience is HIV/ID physicians, fellows, mid-level clinicians, nursing staff, and mental health professionals from SUNY Downstate, Kings County Hospital Center, and neighboring hospitals, community health care centers, and community-based organizations. See current schedule below.

For further information, contact:
David Odegaard, MPH
Director of Professional Education and Training
STAR Program, SUNY Downstate Medical Center
Telephone: 718.270.4752

Upcoming Seminars

09/28/17 | Cultural Competence for Medical Providers (ID Seminar)

SPEAKER: Tonya Taylor, PhD, MS -- Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine, SUNY Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY

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10/05/17 | ID Seminar (TBD)

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10/12/17 | HIV Prevention in African Immigrant Gay and Bisexual Men in New York City

SPEAKER: Theo Sandfort, PhD -- Professor of Clinical Sociomedical Sciences (in Psychiatry); Program Director “Behavioral Sciences Research in HIV Infection," New York State Psychiatric Institute and Columbia University, New York, NY

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10/19/17 | Interventions for People Living with HIV who have Delayed, Declined, and Discontinued ART

SPEAKER: Marya Gwadz, PhD -- Director, Transdisciplinary Research Methods Core, Center for Drug Use and HIV Research, Senior Research Scientist, NYU Rory Meyers College of Nursing, New York, NY

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